Grow West’s vision is to rejuvenate 10,000 hectares of the upper Werribee catchment, west of Melbourne by connecting large areas of public reserves; Brisbane Ranges National Park, Werribee Gorge State Park and up through to Lerderderg State Park, through a mosaic of restoration works on private property.
Grow West is a collaborative project where local communities work together with all levels of government, businesses and organisations to achieve the best outcome for the region in the most effective and sustainable way.
Grow West is continually seeking new partners and investors to continue the momentum of this ambitious project that has made and continues to make a positive change to the landscape.
For further information contact the Environmental Projects Coordinator on 03 9971 6502.
Expression of Interest for Revegetation Works
If you are a landholder who values land productivity and biodiversity, then Grow West wants to partner with you. Grow West can tailor a revegetation project that meets your needs and aspirations and that helps you attain your environmental goals.
Click here to complete an Expression of Interest Form (print version) or email Helena Lindorff for an online version: Helena.Lindorff@ppwcma.vic.gov.au
Grow West Landscape Art Prize
Grow West is a proud sponsor of the Rotary Club of Bacchus Marsh Art Sale and Exhibition held on the Queen’s Birthday weekend, 6th-8th June. This year Grow West is offering a $500 acquisitive prize in any medium to be given to the best interpretation of the Grow West landscape, located in the Upper Werribee Catchment.
Entries close 14th May 2015. For more information click on the following links:
Grow West Landscape Art Prize flyer
Rotary Club of Bacchus Marsh 45th Annual Art Show and Sale flyer
Grow West celebrates a decade of landscape restoration
To celebrate 10 years of Grow West, a short video of the beginning and achievements of Grow West has been produced. It is a trip down memory lane for the many volunteers and partners that have been a part of the project since its inception.
Click here to view the video.